brad@sep.stanford.edu, sacchi@phys.ualberta.ca

## ABSTRACT
Accepting an inversion principle, it is possible to
design an algorithm to meet any requirements or
constraints. Given the context of representing a signal with an
arbitrary overcomplete dictionary of waveforms within the
signal, one can design an inversion algorithm that will focus
energy into a small number of model space
coefficients. With this principle in mind, an analogy to linear
programming is developed that results in an algorithm with: the
properties of an |

10/14/2003